Flood Insurance Underwriter

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Duration: 5 Months ; Rate: Competitive (Corp2Corp/1099/W2-Contract)
We are looking for a candidate with following skills for our direct client. There is a strong possibility for extension of contract additional 6+ months

Provide technical assistance to WYO companies and the DSA contractor with applying the proper rules and regulations of the NFIP their books of business
o Gather rating and payment information, calculating refunds, authorizing and initiating prior term refunds of premiums when applicable
o Develop and update the Flood Insurance Manual semi-annually per FEMA's revisions
o Coordinate Coastal Barrier Resource Act (CBRA) eligibility with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
o Review and recommend approval of Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) appeals for resolution by FEMA
o Support analysis, development and implementation of the requirements in the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012
Works collegially with other team members, including mentoring as appropriate.
Identifies and suggests process improvements
Pursues FEMA-established certification as an Associate in National Flood Insurance (ANFI) through a combination of on-line and in-house training, and on-line and exam center testing
Bachelors Degree and 5 years or an equivalent combination of education and experience

Minimum of three (3) years of experience Underwriting Flood Insurance policies to respond to Policyholders
Experience with FEMA, Write Your Own (WYO)Companies, Direct Servicing Agent (DSA), and other Stakeholders in the implementation of the NFIP

PERFERRED: (One or more of the following)
o Knowledge and experience concerning NFIP, or the flood insurance industry generally, or the casualty insurance industry as an underwriter
Experience in Analyzing property structures and determining insurance rates
Experience in or with FEMA or a state or local disaster management agency in any capacity or unit
o Experience in legislative or administrative affairs in any capacity or level of government

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